These Harry Potter mugs are the absolute best fall accessory
None of us have gotten our Hogwarts acceptance letters (yet), but that doesn’t mean we can’t live our best wizard lives. Amazon is selling quite possibly the most magical Harry Potter mugs you’ll ever see and you’re going to want to drink your morning coffee out of all of them.
Warning: these cups might just make you want to ride around on a broomstick, catching all the snitches.
Okay, are you ready for some actual magic? This mug will sort you into a Hogwarts house when you pour hot liquid into it. It starts out as a regular old black cup and then the sorting hat gradually appears, along with your house of choice. Now, you just have to hope that you’re not Slytherin, not Slytherin.
Sometimes Hogwarts can get a little PG-13 (remember all that romance at the Yule Ball?) and this cup fully embraces that. Also, being a wizard in the sheets is officially the best compliment ever.
Ready for some more legit magic? This mug starts out totally blank and then the Marauder’s Map appears when you pour hot liquid into it. I’m going to go out on a limb and assume Dumbledore is behind this.
Mornings are the worst. Say everything you need to say with this mug.
Once again, you’re probably really cranky while you drink your morning coffee and need to very calmly and clearly let everyone know to LEAVE YOU ALONE.
Yup, this cup looks exactly like a cauldron and I’m officially in love. Time to pack your bags and head to Potions class immediately (R.I.P Snape).
What better way to pay tribute to the best owl out there than snagging this mug? Warning: do not drink from this AND reread Hedwig’s death scene. Too many tears.
No, but siriusly, if you don’t like Harry Potter I will question our compatibility as friends.
Here’s to magical fall mornings filled with warm drinks and all the Hogwarts swag. Accio complete and total bliss.
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